If you speak with Teacher of the Year winner Armando Jova, you might be convinced the award was actually for Students of the Year.
“It’s always the kids,” Jova said. “There are so many personalities and so many lives that not only can I touch, but I learn so much from them as well.”
Jova teaches Spanish 1 to eighth-graders at Woodlawn Beach Middle School (WBMS). Students enrolled in his class receive high school credit.
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